Saturday, April 18, 2009

Shadow Shot Sunday

Glass Door Shadows

A glass door that's had innumerable fliers and notices and what-not taped to it over the years casts a late afternoon shadow into the entryway of a building in South San Francisco. Here in the US, it's Saturday; at the same time, it's also Shadow Shot Sunday. How does that work?

Magic.

Here's last week's collection of SSS entries.

15 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Great SS! Interesting, the things that create shadows, isn't it? I find myself looking all around me everytime the sun comes out, which lately hasn't been that often.

Meka said...

Ha ha, "magic"-- love it!

Great eye for spotting those sticker shadows.

Sweet Repose said...

Sad to say that down under they are losing their precious summer, as we stroll into ours...think I'll stay right here...for now...

bobbie said...

all the signs and sticky tape make a really interesting shadow. Good shot!

Catherine said...

what an interesting shot...very unique... often the shadows are so much more intriguing than the original object casting the shadow..

ahab said...

Nice catch!

Hey Harriet said...

Ha! Magic indeed. And I'm not only referring to the craziness of the timezones, but to your shot. Magic! :)

Greyscale Territory said...

These shadows create a whole new artistic landscape! Very clever perspective!

Shannon said...

Nice eye for the shadow shot this week!

Hot Fudge said...

You have indeed created a magical moment out of something as ordinary as stickers on a glass door. You certainly have an eye for art.

The Summer Kitchen Interiors said...

What a fun shadow shot! Although...it makes us think of cleaning our windows - ha!!

Tom Hilton said...

Great abstract--well done, sir.

twobarkingdogs said...

Love it! I like the abstract shadow shots the best. Thanks for sharing.

Rosebud Collection said...

Isn't it amazing what a great shadow they cast? Really very pretty..Happy SSS..

That is the chicken said...

I missed this one on my last visit!Very neat! Good sharp shadows. Love it!